The SecureWorld News Team talked with Shawn Tuma about many of the lessons that can be learned from the Equifax data breach and winnowed it down to the following 3 takeaways that are discussed more thoroughly in the article: We need a uniform national breach notification law in the United States. When it comes to [...]
Delaware recently amended its data breach notification law to include the following requirements:Expanded definition of "personal information" to include biometric data, medical information, passport numbers, routing numbers for accounts, individual taxpayer identification numbers and usernames in addition to the traditional forms of PII such as birth date and social security numbers.Notice to affected individuals within [...]
The FTC and Uber have settled the enforcement action the FTC brought against the company. This action stems from Uber's data breach of more than 100,000 individuals' PII despite its promises that their data was "securely stored within our databases." The FTC found this promise was misleading when compared with the actions the company was [...]
The United States Department of Health and Human Services' Office for Civil Rights has just issued a checklist and infographic to aid healthcare organizations and their vendors in quickly responding to cyberattacks.
I had a wonderful discussion about privacy in the US vis-a-vis privacy in the EU with Katherine Teitler (@katherinert15) in connection with her MIS Training Institute article Does the U.S. Need a Data Protection Authority? As with most things, I do not propose to have all of the answers. In fact, in our hour or [...]